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Fedora 12 | KDE 4

A few devel friends kept hounding me to try kde again, so I gave in and I'm quite impressed. KDE seems to have finally stepped things up and I'm really liking it. I've always been a gnome guy but right now, I think I'm going cheat on it for a while.

Stuffs

Theme: bespin and oxygen
Wall: ???(if you know please tell me)

Apps

Firefox
Konsole
Gqview
Dolphin

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Gymnart Featured By Owner May 6, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Do you still like KDE? Have you seen the newer version? I've seen Gnome on my son-in-law's computer but I still like KDE. :D
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neil78b Featured By Owner May 6, 2011
The version I used in that screenshot was pretty good, but it was by no means any where near is good as gnome and sadly it will never be as good as gnome. KDE is too bulky, slow and has far less ability to theme.:(

Gnome is simpler, faster and you can configure the crap out of it. :)
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Gymnart Featured By Owner May 8, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
oh, ok. My son-in-law uses that, like I said, and he loves it. I'm just used to KDE. When I look at his Gnome, I have to keep asking, "How do you do this, or find that?". Gnome has a GUI package manager, right?
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neil78b Featured By Owner May 8, 2011
GUI PM, yes.
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Gymnart Featured By Owner May 10, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
cool!
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Rokalacs Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2010
Now this is something new :O never seen any KDE shot with global-menu.
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neil78b Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2010
Kde has had this type of panel menu since about 10 years ago, you must be really new to linux because its always seen in kde shots, nothing new at all. The menu in panel is similar to the rather new global menu seen in some gnome and xfce shots, but yeah, kde is the originator of this type of menu style excluding that of the mac's, lol
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Rokalacs Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2010
Oh, I see, yeah I'm new to Linux. I first used some version of Suse back then but I knew nothing about linux, then I've met Ubuntu 8.04, since that I'm using linux besides windows. (mostly gnome but I've tried out kde and xfce too)
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neil78b Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2011
You are using linux at a good time, a lot of the programs have gui's and are much more user friendly for the non-geeks. I hope you stick with it, although its still rough around the edges and you might spend a couple hours of time looking for some solutions and workarounds its worth it in the long run.
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Rokalacs Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2011
Yeah, I really agree, back then I even needed some ubuntu how-to's help to get my windows partitions mounted in it, I've spent hours and hours searching for solutions nearly for everything but oh well it was fun when I didn't have any other things to do, but other than that it was so frustrating I've uninstalled and reinstalled ubuntu several times. Now just nearly everything works out of the box, mostly in Linux Mint the distro I'd recommend to anyone who is trying out linux at the first time or just searching for an easy to use distro ^^.
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